SATURDAY COMBINATION: Hot-shot Surridge steers Harpole to cup win

Daniel Surridge scored twice to inspire Harpole to a 4-2 Premier Division KO Cup win over Corby S&L Khalsa.

Friday, 25th November 2016, 12:31 pm
Updated Tuesday, 6th December 2016, 12:40 pm
ACTION from Moulton Reserves' 2-0 defeat at Corby Strip Mills (Pictures: Alison Bagley)

Also on target for the villagers were Alexander Smith and Harrison Winters.

Earls Barton United were thrashed 8-1 by Kettering Nomads, while Moulton saw off Heyford Athletic 2-1, with Heyford scoring through Zach Pugh-Brooks.

Spratton drew 1-1 with Corby Pegasus but lost 3-0 on penalties, while James King Blisworth powered past Wellingborough Rising Sun 7-1.

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Ross Arundell led the way with a hat-trick, there were two for Michael Betts and one apiece for Dale Lewis and Aaron Chilton.

In the other game, Brixworth All Saints beat Wollaston Victoria 2-1.

In Duston Garage Division One, Roade Reserves stay second after a 10-0 battering of Kettering Orchard Park, while Woodford Wolves saw off Stanion United 4-2 thanks to efforts from James Batterley, Charlie Pyle and Connor Morson, who scored twice.

In Duston Garage Division Two, AFC Houghton Magna were 6-3 winners over Daventry Drayton Grange, whose consolation goals were scored by Tony Burkett, Jordan Shingler and Darren Taylor.

Leaders Mereway made it nine wins from nine games with a 6-1 win over Bugbrooke A, but Northampton Spartak lost 2-0 at home to Corby Locomotives.

In Division Three, Bugbooke B beat Brixworth Reserves 5-1 with goals from Fraser Lodge (2), Paul Mackay (2) and Daniel Camacho, while Daventry Rangers beat Medbourne Reserves 9-1.

JLB FC were 3-2 winners over Corby Kingswood Reserves thanks to two goals from Daniel Jennings and one from James Mills.

In Duston Garage Division Four, Heyford Athletic Reserves were held to a 1-1 draw by Stanwick Rovers despite a goal from Ali Whitehead, while Harpole hammered Northampton Falcons 8-2.

Stuart Schofield netted four for Harpole, Richard Mosdell two, Josh Healy one and there wa also an own goal.